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Dating sites are now steering you toward people who have similar tastes in movies, music, religion and education, " Bartz said.
"And people are spending more time on their phones and the dating sites know this.
As a result, they have created apps that are extensions of their internet presence or are solely available on phones."[pullquote align="right"]"People present themselves in the best light online.
No one is going to respond to someone who says they are a couch potato and likes to stay home."[/pullquote]Match.com, e Harmony, Lavalife and Zoosk all have mobile dating apps for your Smartphone. Its users, 80% who are between ages of 18 and 34, make 1.5 billion swipes of photographs resulting in 20 million matches a day, according to Tinder vice president Rosette Pambakian.
But then one cold night in November, I met a Match date in a bar in Greenwich Village.
I had a date for the next Saturday night for seven years.
But as a person living in New York City, fewer is relative and Tinder is free.
And I liked the idea of not having to reading profiles; because after reading hundreds of online profiles you realize they are depressingly similar and yes, dare I say it, boring.
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